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HTML representation of ASCII characters

These are called "character entities" in WebTek HTML documentation. A more complete list of character representations is located at Extended-ASCII Character Codes at www.parkenet.com. Also see: www.w3.org. Thanks to Bill Parke for the beautiful red hibiscus image.
" (# 34 double quote)
# (# 35 pound sign, American weight)
& (# 38 ampersand)
< (# 60 less than)
> (# 62 greater than)
… (#133 elipse)
‡ (#135 two stacked plus signs)
• (#149 bold centered dot)
— (#151 long dash)
 (#157 big empty box)
  (#160 non-breaking space)
¡ (#161 inverted exclamation mark)
¢ (#162 cent sign)
£ (#163 pound sign, English currency)
¤ (#164 currency sign)
¥ (#165 yen sign)
¦ (#166 broken bar)
§ (#167 section sign)
¨ (#168 umlaut or diaeresis)
© (#169 copyright)
ª (#170 feminine ordinal)
« (#171 left angle quotes)
¬ (#172 logical not sign)
­ (#173 soft hyphen)
® (#174 registered trademark)
¯ (#175 spacing macron)
° (#176 degree sign)
± (#177 plus-minus sign)
² (#178 superscript 2)
³ (#179 superscript 3)
´ (#180 spacing acute)
µ (#181 micro sign)
¶ (#182 paragraph sign)
· (#183 middle dot)
¸ (#184 spacing cedilla)
¹ (#185 superscript 1)
º (#186 masculine ordinal)
» (#187 right angle quotes)
¼ (#188 one quarter)
½ (#189 one half)
¾ (#190 three quarters)
è (#232 lowercase e grave)
ñ (#241 ntilde)

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